By Sarah on June 9, 2012
This week’s playlist looks significantly less pretty, as there were some tech issues with the playlist tracker. I’m sure you won’t be too devastated. As always, you can hear my delightful music selections every Friday night on Chicago’s own CHIRP Radio, from 8 – 10 pm Central time. 8:00 hour Quiet Company/Everything Louder Than Everything Else/We […]
Posted in Radio Playlists | Tagged alexander tucker, alpha consumer, astronautalis, ben lee, bon iver, boozoo bajou, brandi carlile, butch walker & the black widows, butterfly boucher, califone, cold specks, edward sharpe and the magnetic zeros, eluvium, felix, fred williams & the jewels band, grass widow, gregory and the hawk, ha ha tonka, hard-fi, idewild, indigo girls, japandroids, jbm, jennifer o'connor, jesca hoop, kelly hogan, killer mike, langhorne slim & the law, louis prima, low, many places, maritime, matthew dear, mike reed's people places & things, minus the bear, nathan mathes, neon indian, nice face, nick waterhouse, noe venable, outkast, quiet company, sallie ford & the sound outside, sarah slean, sex life, smoking popes, sufjan stevens, teddy thompson, the blacks, the hold steady, the mekons, the platters, the right now, the tallest man on earth, the wooden birds, these united states, violens, yeah yeah yeahs, yellow ostrich, young man
By Sarah on March 1, 2010
March is getting off to a bit of a slow start. I think the month of March knows that I will be spending most of April skulking about in various venues for an absurd number of shows. March is telling me that I need to get my sleep, I think.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged alicia keys, allstate arena, angelique kidjo, antje duvekot, black joe lewis and the honeybears, chris thile, evanston space, fitzgeralds, harris theater, house of blues, john prine, lincoln hall, old town school of folk music, punch brothers, rhett miller, rialto square theatre, richard shindell, robyn hitchcock, sara watkins, schubas, the avett brothers, the blacks, the ike reilly assassination, the low anthem, the magnetic fields